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Walmart employment opportunities for Arkansas veterans

With plans of hiring 250,000 veterans over the next 5 years, Walmart is committed to providing job opportunities to our heroes when they return home.

Our mission here at ARVets is to cater to the needs of our heroes by providing access to career development resources. This is why we strive to establish programs that provide employment opportunities for Arkansas veterans. Another organization committed to helping veterans is Walmart, whose Welcome Home Commitment Program is growing in our local communities.

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PTSD therapy for Arkansas veterans

Support out heroes and help ARVets raise awareness this National PTSD Awareness Day on June 27.

At ARVets, our goal is to erase the stigma associated with PTSD so that veterans can restore their mental and physical health and get back on their feet. We not only want to bring greater awareness to the issue of PTSD, we also aim to provide PTSD therapy for Arkansas veterans. It is important for our heroes and their families to know that they are not alone today and every day, not just on PTSD Awareness Day. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of PTSD and find help for our heroes.

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ARVets and SAMHSA are working together on strategies that address substance abuse.

ARVets and SAMHSA are working together on strategies that address substance abuse.

ARVets, a statewide nonprofit organization providing innovative programs for Arkansas veterans and their families, will host the Substance Use Disorders Virtual Implementation Academy on Wednesday, May 20th and Thursday, May 21st from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. The event is in partnership with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Since 2008, SAMHSA has offered policy academies to help states strengthen behavioral health service systems that support service members, veterans, and their families. The two-day Virtual Academy at ARVets will include informative trainings and technical assistance directed by expert facilitators.

“This type of academy is a great place to start creating a sustainable support system for our service members, veterans, and their families,” said ARVets CEO Nicole Hart. “We have to find comprehensive strategies for addressing substance abuse, treatment, and recovery for veterans and the military community. Bringing everyone to the table to confront these issues is essential and ARVets is excited to lead the way and work collectively with other organizations and experts.”

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